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Oceana proposes to improve the order for the protection of the Channel of Menorca and the canyons in the Gulf of Lions
The organisation has made representations during the public participation process of the Ministerial Order to declare the first areas under the INDEMARES project.
Alexandra Cousteau to Bauzá: There is still time for this regional government to be the one that expands the Cabrera park
The regional president José Ramón Bauzá pledged in March to study the expansion of the national park, but there has been no progress at all since then.
Oceana and Alexandra Cousteau demonstrate the existence of seabeds threatened by trawlers in Cabrera
The Balearic Minister for the Environment, Gabriel Company, neither responded to the invitation to see the seabeds for himself nor sent any representative from the Regional Government
Oceana invites regional minister Company to see the Cabrera seabed with a submarine robot
Oceana adviser Alexandra Cousteau will travel to the Balearic Islands next week to join the team of divers and ROV operators
Oceana reaches a kilometre deep at the Emile Baudot escarpment
The Emile Baudot escarpment, south of the Balearic Islands, has shown its face for the first time thanks to Oceana’s underwater robot.
Oceana to study unknown Emile Baudot escarpment in the Balearic Islands
The 2013 Oceana Ranger Expedition will head to one of the deepest seabeds of the Spanish Mediterranean.
Spanish Government to prohibit trawling in Cabrera and the underwater mountains of Mallorca
A protection order has been issued for the summits of the seamounts in the Mallorca Channel and the coral reef east of Cabrera.
Oceana consideres the convention between the Balearic Government and the national police to protect the Balearic Sea positive
This is a measure that Oceana has repeatedly requested and shows that an expansion to Cabrera protection does not pose an insurmountable cost.
Oceana volunteers to join the working group that will launch the works for the enlargement of Cabrera
It was unanimously agreed in 2011 to create a working committee to make progress in the project for the enlargement of Cabrera, yet it has not yet been launched
National Geographic recommends enlarging Spain's Cabrera National Park
A scientific study published by Enric Sala gives examples of Spanish marine reserves which have created jobs and generated fishing resources.
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Oceana's latest expedition confirms the need for expanded marine protected areas in the Balearics
August 14, 2014
Oceana launches an expedition to Cabrera and the Balearic seamounts
August 4, 2014
Oceana applauds protection of 40,000 Hectars in Cabrera and the Balearic Islands
May 21, 2014
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